VIRTUAL REALITY PAVILION
5-15.03 2020 at neimënster
Organisation & Coordination: Film Fund Luxembourg
In collaboration with: PHI (Montréal)
In partnership with: Digital Luxembourg, Cargolux
Hosted by: neimënster & Luxembourg City Film Festival
Following record visitor numbers in 2019, this year’s Virtual Reality Pavilion will move to a new location.
In the iconic setting of neimënster, festivalgoers will find more than a dozen VR and innovative work that count among the most groundbreaking and acclaimed the international scene currently has to offer; from impressive films – some of them Luxembourg co-productions–to stunning XR-and AI-based installations.
One of the Pavilion’s exhibition spaces will be dedicated to a focus on French immersive content pioneers Atlas V.
The third edition of the Pavilion’s industry event VR Day on the 6th March will once again bring together international experts for case studies and conversations about the latest trends and developments faced by XR and immersive media professionals today.
Festivalgoers can experience these 17 films:
by Jan Kounen
by Frederik Duernick
COSMOS WITHIN US
by Tupac Martir
by Ricardo Laganaro
by Chris Lavis & Maciek Szczerbowski
by Céline Tricart
by Karolina Makiewicz & Pascal Piron
by Benigno Perez
by Nico Casavecchia & Martin Allais
EX ANIMA EXPERIENCE
by Bartabas & Pierre Zandrowicz
by Fernando Maldonado & Jorge Tereso
by Eliza Mcnitt
DAUGHTERS OF CHIBOK
by Joel 'Kachi Benson
TRAVELING WHILE BLACK
by Roger Ross William & Ayesha Nadarajah
by Christian Stephen & Céline Tricart
by Jonathan Griffith
DREAMS OF ''O''
by Felix & Paul Studios
neimënster 28, rue Münster L-2160 Luxembourg
Free entry, subject to availability.
5.3.-15.3.2020 Every day from 10AM to 6PM.
AGE RESTRICTIONS & HEALTH WARNINGS
The use of VR headsets is not recommended for children under the age of 13.
This age restriction is imposed by VR headset manufacturers.
Some VR content on display at the Pavilion is suitable for viewers aged 16 or over, and is marked as such in the description. It is recommended that pregnant women, seniors, and individuals suffering from mental illnesses, epilepsy, binocular vision anomalies, heart disease, or other serious illnesses consult a doctor before using a VR headset.
The use of VR headsets may cause motion sickness in some viewers.